Tuesday, 27 October 2009 00:45

Hidden Virtuemart Page

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Here is the hidden VM page for the VM menu
Wednesday, 21 October 2009 01:08

Online Articles

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Online Articles
Wednesday, 21 October 2009 00:00

Press Room

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Feel free to use the JPEG files and the press release for your newsletter or website.

 

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The 2020 Summer issue from The Flow® offers loads of inspiration for flamework-loving glass enthusiasts. The innovative entries of 27 flameworking artists are featured in this issue’s Marble and Paperweight Gallery, which includes florals, animals, geometric designs, and more. You’ll also find the stories behind how marble collector Brian Bowden and artists Freddy Faerron, Daniel Benway, Josh Bonazza, Andrew Brown, Nathan Gorman, Erica Perras, Justin Sevey, and Tim Keyzers have developed their distinctive marble styles. Paperweight artist Melissa Ayotte shares her thoughts on the principles behind the art of flameworking, and the Michigan Glass Project reports a great year in 2019 for raising money to help young students discover art. Marble tutorials from John Kobuki, Daniel Benway, Vicki Schneider, and Sara Sally LaGrand for creating encased, implosion, and murrine marbles round out this fabulous issue.

Subscribers to the digital version of the magazine can also now look forward to receiving Subscriber Only bonus material for each issue via the website. 

For more information or to become a subscriber, call 1‑502‑222‑5631 or visit www.theflowmagazine.com.

 

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The 2020 Spring issue from The Flow® offers loads of inspiration for flamework-loving glass enthusiasts. The innovative entries of 29 flameworking artists are featured in this issue’s Nature Gallery, which includes sculptural glass art, florals, animals, jewelry, home decor, and more. You’ll also find the stories behind how artists Vicki Schneider, Lacey St. George-Walton (aka LaceFace), and Brandon Simmons have developed their distinctive art styles. Tutorials for creating clear-encased roses and electroforming organic leaves for enhancing glass art projects plus a look at the upcoming Toledo Museum of Art Guest Artist Pavilion Project residencies and a review of the 2019 Bern Gallery Pipe Classic XIV round out this exciting issue. Be sure to subscribe today at www.theflowmagazine.com so you won’t miss a single issue.

Subscribers to the digital version of the magazine can also now look forward to receiving Subscriber Only bonus material for each issue via the website. 

For more information or to become a subscriber, call 1‑502‑222‑5631 or visit www.theflowmagazine.com.

Wednesday, 21 October 2009 01:09

Wallpaper

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Free wallpaper inspired from the pages of The Flow Magazine's most recent issues.

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Wednesday, 21 October 2009 00:00

Contacts and Suppliers

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Please keep in mind that we plan our issues up to a year in advance. All types of submissions are accepted year-round for all issues and are scheduled as space permits. Consideration of your submission for publication in The Flow is as much a matter of editorial and seasonal circumstance as the quality of your artwork and digital photographs. Please review the deadlines and upcoming themed issue information for submissions that are included in the pdf below. Often our issue is filled before our editorial deadline date. Please send in your submission before the deadline, if possible.


Please email any additional questions you may have to Jennifer Quaid at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Tuesday, 08 January 2008 14:46

How will I know if my submission has been accepted?

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Upon receipt of your submission, The Flow will contact you to confirm reciept, discuss when your artwork is likely to be published, and other details. Please keep in mind that we plan our issues up to a year in advance. All types of submissions are accepted year-round for all issues and are scheduled as space permits. Consideration of your submission for publication in The Flow is as much a matter of editorial and seasonal circumstance as the quality of your artwork and digital photographs. For a detailed forecast on our upcoming themed issues and deadlines for submissions, please click here. Often our issue is filled before our editorial deadline date. Please send in your submission before the deadline, if possible. We look forward to reviewing your submission!
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